A medical drama pilot from CNN chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta has won over the execs at TNT: The network has picked up the show, which Gupta worked on with producer David E. Kelley, for a first season.
Formerly called "Chelsea General," the ensemble drama is now titled "Monday Mornings," in line with the novel Gupta wrote that the series is based on.
"Monday Mornings" follows a group of doctors in their personal as well as professional lives at the fictional Chelsea General Hospital in Portland, Oregon, with the title referring to the weekly confidential morbidity and mortality meetings for Chelsea General's physicians.
Will he or won’t he?
That was the question Tuesday as we waited to see whether Nick would go through with moving in with Caroline in "New Girl's" season 1 finale.
Jess, Winston and Schmidt weren’t taking the proposed move very well, but despite that, the roomies put up a Craigslist ad for Nick’s room and found some weird guy named Neil.
It wasn't the 48th birthday present that Melissa Gilbert was hoping for.
The actress was one of two celebrities knocked out during Tuesday's "Dancing with the Stars" double elimination. Gilbert overcame weeks of low scores, as well as a mild concussion, to make it to the eighth week of the ABC talent show, but her luck has run out.
Gilbert told CNN after the show that she wouldn't have made it so far if it weren't for her pro partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
It sounds like Kristen Stewart's titular character in "Snow White and the Huntsman" is a woman after her own heart.
"I think that I related to Snowy because ... I love her," she told MTV on Tuesday. "She feels such strong things and sort of can't say exactly why she feels those things ... and I can completely relate to that and I also can relate to feeling arrogant about it a little bit."
Attempting to explain further, Stewart added, "It's sort of like, 'It's not about being who you are'; it's sort of 'Not saying what everyone thinks I'm going to say because I'm uncomfortable' ... She's like, very instinctive and sort of awesome in that way."
If you pinpointed Jermaine Paul as the singer who'd be named "The Voice" this season, good call: The former back-up singer for Alicia Keys now has a recording contract of his own with Universal Republic, as well as $100,000.
"Winning would mean... the world to me," a nearly speechless Jermaine said before it was revealed that he was the winner.
The reveal was reality-show-slow, with Team Christina's Chris Mann coming in fourth place, Team Adam's Tony Lucca in third, and Team Cee Lo's Juliet Simms being the runner-up, just four percentage points behind Paul.
Think Usher could take Floyd Mayweather Jr. down?
Well, maybe not, but the man the pop star is trying to morph into, legendary boxer Sugar Ray Leonard, might've been able to in his heyday.
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